Catch the Current Trend of House, Architecture and Interior Design at ‘2013 Busan Kyunghyang Housing Fair’
Loans made by the two federal agencies with the easiest terms todaythe Federal Housing Administration, which requires down payments of just 3.5%, and the Department of Veterans Affairs, which makes loans to veterans and doesnt require any money downaccounted for almost 45% of owner-occupant home-purchase loans. The share of FHA borrowers with incomes above $100,000 has nearly doubled since 2007, to around 15%, according to the Fed researchers, but the median incomes of FHA borrowers was still 40% lower than incomes of borrowers taking out conventional loans. 3. Large racial property management baltimore and ethnic wealth gaps persist. The number of loans for home purchases by Asian and white borrowers increased by 15%, while lending to African-Americans and Hispanics increased at less than half that rate.
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Furthermore, ‘Canadawood Wooden Building Design Workshop’ will be available for architects and wooden building specialists in Busan area. Other useful programs include ‘2013/2014 KCC Design Trend Seminar’ on the trend of housing culture, interior design, color of apartment, and exterior designs and ‘2013 Busan KOVI Archi 3 Education Seminar’ in which participants can learn about interior-dedicated design program using a virtual reality technology. Meanwhile, after ‘2013 Busan Kyunghyang Housing Fair’ ends, the registration process for businesses wanting to join ‘2014 Kyunghyang Housing Fair’ will be started.
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Emirati housing a priority for UAE leadership
The UAE leadership is keen on boosting social development and improving decent living conditions for all, he said, calling for more collective work among the authorities to achieve this end. Shaikh Hamdan was speaking at the Dubai Executive Council meeting held at Emirates Towers. The meeting was attended Shaikh Maktoum Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and First Deputy Chairman of Dubai Executive Council. The members were briefed on housing policies and studies, real estate sector policies as well as a study of free trade agreements. The council discussed the housing policy for Emiratis, which aims to provide long-term housing solutions in the emirate and the provision of appropriate residences to ease the burden on Emiratis. The Council members also discussed the supply and demand regarding the housing services, the necessary legal framework and government budgets to finance the housing.
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